[Siguse-l] Call for Chapters for Springer book on Collaborative Information Seeking
preben at dsv.su.se
Wed Aug 27 10:18:50 EDT 2014
*CALL FOR CHAPTERS
For a Springer Book in the CSCW Series on Collaborative Information
Springer Book series on CSCW
<http://link.springer.com/bookseries/2861> seeks submissions for a 2015
book on Collaborative Information Seeking (CIS). We are looking for
original chapters on this topic - from scholars in academia and industry.
For many years, information retrieval has focused on individual users
searching for information. Algorithms have assumed that one person
is reviewing the results, and user interfaces have supported the needs
of individual searchers.
CIS - also referred to as collaborative information retrieval and
collaborative search - focuses on the notion that information seeking
is not always a solitary activity, and that people working in
collaboration to perform information-seeking tasks should be studied and
supported. CIS occurs in many contexts, including healthcare,
business intelligence, technical fields, strategic research, information
analysis, planning tasks, and everyday activities such as shopping and
While the submission could be a synthesis of some of the prior works, it
should not be published before. Manuscripts may describe
research, experiences, and software tools/algorithms/architectures
focused on support for collaborative information seeking.
Specific topics include
. CIS theories and models;
. Design experiences of CIS systems;
. User Interfaces for CIS systems and tools;
. CIS applications and use cases in different domains, such as
e-learning environments, healthcare, office work, and intelligence analysis;
. Approaches for incorporating CIS with social search;
. Issues related to collaborators' awareness of actions, Team/group
aspects and participants' roles;
. Evaluation measures for CIS systems;
. Methodologies for studying CIS; and
. Software tools and algorithms to support collaborative search.
All chapter submissions are subject to double peer review based on both
technical merit and relevance to Springer CSCW book series readership.
Accepted chapters will be professionally edited for content and style.
Direct inquiries to the guest editors: Dr. Preben Hansen, Stockholm
University, Sweden, (preben at dsv.su.se <mailto:preben at dsv.su.se>) Dr.
Chirag Shah, Rutgers University, USA; (chirags at rutgers.edu
<mailto:chirags at rutgers.edu>) and Dr. Claus-Peter Klas, GESIS, Germany
(Claus-Peter.Klas at gesis.org <mailto:Claus-Peter.Klas at gesis.org>)
. Chapter submission: *October 15, 2014* (submission information at
. Decision: *December 15, 2014*
. Final chapter: *January 15, 2015*
*Editors of the book*:
*Dr. Preben Hansen*
Department of Computer and Systems Sciences
Stockholm University, Sweden
*Dr. Chirag Shah*
School of Communication & Information (SC&I)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
*Dr. Claus-Peter Klas*
GESIS - Leibniz-Institut for Social Sciences
Wissenstechnologien fur Sozialwissenschaften (WTS), Germany
Dept. Computer and Systems Sciences
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